Want Freedom from Something? Ask God to Do This ONE Thing.

A stronghold is often built on a lie you picked up when life let you down.

That’s why freedom from a stronghold includes identifying the root lie and replacing it with the truth.

But how do you find the root lie? And how do you know the truth, much less apply it?

Start by asking God to do this one thing. …

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Strongholds: How they are Built and Broken

A stronghold is a vice in your life with a powerful grip.

Toxic emotional routines, destructive habits, and addictions to substances are all examples.

Sadly, people’s attempts to break strongholds often only reinforce them.

Yet, getting free doesn’t have to be complicated. (And it doesn’t have to involve a bunch of spiritual disciplines.)

Having an understanding of how a stronghold is built helps to break it. I’ll show you. …

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Want to Overcome Something? Stop Doing These 2 Things First.

Most people download my Shut Up, Devil app or find this ministry from a search to overcome something.

It’s great to desire freedom. (God wants it for you, too.)

But in talking with many struggling people, I’ve found that most are doing 2 things that may seem good, but make things worse.

Take it from someone who’s been there—your struggle might be related to the way you’re trying to fight it. …

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What You Need to Know about Deliverance from Attitudes and Actions

When you put your faith in Jesus, you experienced various deliverances instantly.

These include deliverance from:

  • sin and its penalty (Romans 6:6–7; 2 Corinthians 5:21),
  • the law (Romans 7:6),
  • and the kingdom of darkness (Colossians 1:13).

Although a Christian is spiritually delivered and clean (and in good standing with God), they may still benefit from “deliverance” in the flesh over the course of their life.

Tune in to explore why and how to experience deliverance from toxic attitudes and actions.

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Satan’s #1 Goal Against People

Names in the Bible are basically job descriptions.

Satan’s name is no different. It means, “adversary.”

What the Bible describes is his number one goal as adversary is particularly revealing.

It’s important for you to know so that you aren’t deceived when you face troubles like financial hits, health scares and natural disasters. …

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The Only Way a Christian Needs to Deal with the Devil

I hate that there is so much focus on the devil in October.

Even Christians who don’t want to celebrate him can become obsessed with everything we must do to avoid or defeat him.

The truth is—thanks to Jesus—dealing with the enemy is simple.

This story about a woman’s interaction with the devil in a store illustrates the point well. ….

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There’s Something You Need to Know about Yourself

Chances are, something was said or done to you in the last few days that bruised your self esteem.

But you don’t have to bring what happened into this new week.

Whatever was said or done—however hurtful or hateful—you can put down offense by putting on Christ. 

Let truth determine your day! 

You are loved with no exceptions. You are wanted with all your weaknesses. Thin, thick, short, tall, deaf, blind—whatever your differences—you are God’s work, through and through.

(As an added boost of encouragement for your day, I took out my phone to record this one-minute word for you.)

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What Your Feelings, Thoughts and Dreams Mean about You

The Bible promises that Christians are clean in Christ.

“But you were cleansed; you were made holy; you were made right with God by calling on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.” —1 Corinthians 6:11

Yet, in truth, many of our feelings, thoughts, and dreams don’t seem so clean, holy or right.

Do these things indicate a lack of spiritual maturity?

Do they mean we need more fixing?

Watch as I reveal what your feelings, thoughts and dreams mean (and don’t mean). ⬇️

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What I Wish More Christians Knew about Their Salvation

When it comes to salvation, most Christians think of it in terms of forgiveness.

And it’s true—when you placed your faith in Jesus, you were totally forgiven.

But forgiveness isn’t even the half of what happened in that moment.

The Bible describes something else that happened—something that you were given—that makes walking in peace, purpose and holiness far easier than you ever knew.

Take a minute to be empowered by this incredible truth about you. …

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What Are Your Rights As a Child of God?

With your belief in Jesus, you received “the right to become a child of God” (John 1:12).

The significance of this is often lost on modern readers, but it was a radical promise for the early church.

That’s because, in those days, “becoming a child” was a legal process of adoption that guaranteed some irrevocable rights.

You have to hear today’s short teaching!

It’ll add far more power behind the already powerful declaration, “I am a child of God!” ⬇️

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